With Approval Granted, How Rutland Refugee Resettlement Will Work
After an often divisive debate here in Vermont, the U.S. State Department has given approval for up to 100 refugees — mostly Syrian — to settle in Rutland over the next year.
We're talking about the decision, the timeline, how the process of resettlement will work, and what's next: both for the refugees and for the Rutland community.
Also on the program, Vermont Press Bureau Chief Neal Goswami on the debate over filling a coming vacancy on the State Supreme Court.
Broadcast live on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.